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MOTIVATE: Empowering Stroke Survivors to Stay Physically Active

Co-designed with stroke survivors, MOTIVATE is a multisector collaborative initiative for stroke recovery led by the Singapore Institute of Technology


Recovering Well: The Art and Science of Physiotherapy

Why do some people recover well from shoulder injuries while others don’t? One physiotherapist is on a mission to investigate.

AProf Tan Bhing Leet

Helping Mental Health Patients Lead Meaningful Lives

Cognitive remediation expert A/Prof Tan Bhing Leet was recently awarded the 2023 Connie Lieber Science to Practice Award for Cognitive Remediation in Psychiatry.


Wrestlers Who Are Tenacious in Healing Others

Triple threat trio from SIT Physiotherapy are proud SEA Games medallists.

Eugene Tan

The More You Give, The More You Get

Year 4 Diagnostic Radiography student, Eugene Tan, shares how juggling many hats as a student leader has given him a sense of purpose, and motivated him to do more.

anthony goff

Knowledge is Power: How Patient Education Empowers People with Knee Osteoarthritis

The study on the effects of knee osteoarthritis by Asst Prof Anthony Goff has clinched the La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre Prize.

Building Effective Supervisors among Occupational Therapists

Fuelled by the desire to support allied health professionals, Associate Professor Karina Dancza from the Health and Social Sciences Cluster drew on her experience as an ...

Deepening Clinical Expertise through Upskilling

Armed with a Postgraduate Diploma in Sonography, Florence Tan is ready for advanced clinical practice and leadership. 

Prepping for Real Life in a Virtual World

Associate Professor Tan Bhing Leet looks at how Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality technology can help adults with intellectual disabilities and autism practise life skills in a safe, virtual setting.

Bouncing Back from Adversity to Greater Heights

Once a lackadaisical learner in school, SIT’s Outstanding Male Athlete Johan Aw found his stride in university, balancing academia and playing for Singapore’s National Tchoukball team.